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ncing the death of General Johnston was sent to the Adjutant General by General Beauregard. It was emphatic. Mr. Wigfall replied that was so, but Gen. Van-Dorn had also telegraphed on a former occasion that Col. Robert had been killed in battle, when he afterwards turned up alive and is yet alive. In the excitement of a battle-field nothing can be known with positive certainty. On account of the uncertainty, the resolutions were not on at the time. The Texas frontier. Mr. Oldham, of Texas, called up the bill reported upon adversely by the Military Committee, to receive into the Confederate States service one regiment of Texas volunteers, for the protection of the Texas frontier; which, on motion, was recommitted. Defence Appropriations. Mr. Henry, of Tenn., offered a bill appropriating $500,000, to be laid out as the President and Secretary of War may direct, for the erection, at such places as he may indicate, of furnaces, &c., for smelling from, &c.; ap